Hi everyone,
I've had Windows 10 final release installed on my pc for a couple of days, and it has been proving a quite good experience. I just came across something though. I was editing a cpp file in Notepad++ and wanted to save it to a newly created folder in Documents. The thing is that, when I click on Save as and then on the New Folder icon, the new folder is placed in OneDrive\Documents. In the folder browser of the "Save as" box, when I select Libraries from the left menu, the local Documents folder and the OneDrive one are displayed, but I don't seem to be able to change the default Documents folder as in Windows 8.1. Is there a way to remove OneDrive from the User folders?

I hope I was clear, English isn't my native language.

EDIT: When I click on "This PC" then "Documents", I can only see the local Documents folder. It happens only when I click on Libraries > Documents